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So.....now it definitely looks like a publicity stunt/inside joke. In the past as MTV points out, Drake has admitted that he's been crushing on Nicki and her swag, but reps from Young Money, Universal Records as well as their personal PR teams have all DENIED the rumor. So what are some reasons they could have been doing this publicity stunt? Now this is all speculation but....
1. There was word on the street that Drizzy and C. Breezy aka BET Awards Kleenex dude were beefing because of Drizzy supposedly dating RiRi, but now they've made up and I guess didn't want the media covering their new "bromance"
2. Drake is trying to get his music video views up for "Miss Me" which as we mentioned before has a reference to Nicki.
3. Drake and Nicki had a bet on how much attention their "supposed marriage" would get?
IDK, that's it on the Drake-Nicki updates unless something major happens, I'm a sports blogger not an entertainment reporter LMAO!
God bless, be breezy... Check out the original report by clicking here
According to Drizzy Drake and Nicki on their Twitter pages, they have made it official; if it's true, this would be the biggest mega-hip-hop couple since Jay-Z and Beyonce. But, I think it's a publicity stunt, just like Robin and Malik on "The Game" LMAO! At least, I wouldn't be shocked.... For more info, click here.
UPDATE: CLICK HERE FOR THE UPDATE!
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On the heels of a new poll suggesting that nearly one in five Americans incorrectly believes that President Obama is a Muslim, one of the nation's most prominent evangelical leaders has weighed in with a seemingly lukewarm endorsement of the president's Christian faith.
The Rev. Franklin Graham waded into the discussion with his own controversial explanation of why people wrongly believe the president is a Muslim. Graham, who prayed with Obama in a session with his father, Billy Graham, earlier this year, was asked whether he has any doubts about Obama's self-avowed Christian faith.
"I think the president's problem is that he was born a Muslim, his father was a Muslim. The seed of Islam is passed through the father like the seed of Judaism is passed through the mother. He was born a Muslim, his father gave him an Islamic name,"
The president himself has written that his father, Barack Obama Sr., was already a confirmed atheist by the time he was born. His father divorced his mother when Obama was 2 years old, and he had little contact with his father during his childhood.
As a Christian, Franklin Graham's comments towards President Obama make me understand why the amount of followers of Christianity is declining. The spreading of misinformation and division is definitely NOT what my religion stands for. We stand for love, peace, unity, forgiveness and FACTS. Do not be mislead by people like Mr. Graham. The White House said it best (and I'm paraphrasing); His father is a peacemaker while he seems to stand for division.
BUT....let's say their was a Muslim whether Arabic, White or Black (because Muslim is NOT a race) who wanted to run for president to make a positive impact on our nation while imposing the beliefs that ALL religions share of unity, peace and love while at the same time not necessarily forcing Americans to conform to one belief and realizing that although we are all different in religion, race etc. we are all still Americans, can you tell me what's wrong with that?? What is so heinous about having a Muslim-American president in future or an Arabic-American president no matter what religion a potential Arabic-American candidate would be? As long as I still have the right to serve my God and still go about practicing my Christian religion, I don't see the problem with that (unless we have political differences, but that is a whole different story; I'm finding reasons to endorse him because of his policies NOT his race!). When you openly discriminate against your OWN people (because Muslim-Americans and Arab-Americans are STILL AMERICANS, and as Americans we stand TOGETHER); do not be surprised when they take comfort in being a part of an extremist, radical and spun version of Islam which does not correlate with the real practices and values of Islam. You are rejecting your own people while someone else who wants to make Jihad in America accepts them with open hands, WHAT THE HELL DO YOU EXPECT!!!
Now back to the Obama. Do not be surprised by the amounts of people who STILL think you are Muslim, when your administration has failed to take over and decide the what the national conversation is. Instead you let right-wing bloggers, conspiracy theorists, Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and Fox News spew out incorrect facts and opinions as facts whenever they want. Yes, they have the right to say whatever they want through the 1st Amendment, but you need to put up a STRONG ATTACK AGAINST ALL OF THESE INACCURACIES or you will be a ONE-TERM PRESIDENT and even worse than Jimmy Carter.
Thursday, August 19, 2010
Saying what I have been saying about this mosque issue for the past couple of weeks with the OKC bombing example and made a good point about how our society has sadly become prone to misinformation!
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
We still have a long way to go, so we can't get too excited because now we have to make the "transition" from combat fights to civilian control. The troops will then be transferred to a war that is EVEN WORSE in Afghanistan, so this "War on Terrorism" is nothing but over. Let's pray for peace in the Middle East, stability in Iraq and Iran, and a debilitation of any agents of terrorism that are trying to ruin the world in Afghanistan or anywhere else around the world. Good luck Iraq on staying as a prominent democracy in the Middle East.
BTW, BIG PROPS 2 MSNBC, NBC NEWS, Richard Engel and that whole team for the best coverage on cable television.
God bless the troops, God bless the USA and God please bring world peace and unity.
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
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Remember that guy from USC who had the freak weight training accident, his name was Stafon Johnson, he is now a running back for the Titans and signed as a free agent; last night they played Pete Carroll's (former USC coach) Seattle Seahawks in a preseason game and blew out his knee, really bad luck for him and really, really bad irony. Say a prayer for him before you go to bed.
UPDATE @ 12:37AM: According to reporters on Twitter, the Titans have said that Johnson has a dislocated ankle, no word yet on how long he's going to be out or if he's even going to be out in the first place.
Thursday, August 12, 2010
I just read this letter from Terrence J of BET's 106 and Park; last week he and a bunch of his homies went to Haiti for an experience of a lifetime. He went to help out, and as he was helping he asked himself the same question I am personally asking myself and asking you: What are you doing to make the world a better place? His quest to make the world a better place, inspires me to do my best to help out when I can. He says it in his letter, you don't have to be Oprah, Bill Gates or Brangelina and have a whole bunch of money and adopt a bunch of kids. One small token can pay big dividends and make a huge difference in someone's life. I hope you are inspired just as I was watching the following video and reading this letter.
Her sweet voice was originally what caught my attention as she walked by us on a Port Au Prince street singing Justin Beiber’s “Baby”. In the midst of such destruction and chaos, here 15-year-old Sophia was, plowing forward, taking odd jobs to support herself and her four year old brother and providing them shelter and food. Never could I have guessed that just six months ago she had lost both of her parents, and had been trapped under rubble for three days in the January earthquake that rocked Haiti.
Meeting Sophia last week made me realize just how blessed my life really is. And while I talk about issues on TV and preach to others to go out and make a difference, lately I’ve been asking myself, what am I really doing to make the world a better place?
I just got back from a three day trip to Haiti with four of my friends to see firsthand the hardship compounded by the devastation from the earthquake, lend a hand where we could, and figure out what we could do on a larger scale going forward.
The trip was nothing short of life changing. I thought I had seen poverty before, but what we saw in Haiti was on a whole different level. In a country of 9 million people, over 1.5 million (that’s 17% of the population!) were displaced by the earthquake, and the widespread damage has not much improved in the last six months.
Close to one million people are now living in extremely cramped conditions called “tent cities” all over Haiti without basic human needs – shelter, food, clean water, and the ones we take for granted – bathrooms, showers, clothing and beds.
The stalls in the cities reserved for bathing are hotbeds for rape and there are no outhouses so people just go to the bathroom right out in the open next to where they sleep. According to the directors of the tent cities whom we spoke with, there has been no food and water relief from the government and many people are starving. One of many heart breaking moments came when a pregnant woman approached us for food and we had to turn her away because we had passed out all the granola bars and trail mixes we had brought from the States. The look of defeat in her face will stay with me forever.
We drove to a plot of land three hours outside of the capital to help a private citizen named Annie from California to build two model homes, and teach the people in that tent city to build their own going forward. Like the old saying goes, “give a man a fish and he’ll eat for one night, but teach a man to fish and he’ll eat for life” However, the building supplies she shipped were being held at a port in customs. The main boss at the port was looking for a payoff and whatever she was offering clearly wasn’t enough. As a matter of fact, a lot of the supplies and aid that people have sent down for relief is being held in containers in customs, basically for ransom. As if an already poor country getting hit by a major earthquake wasn’t enough, on top of it many well intentioned relief efforts aren’t even making it to the people in need because of the blatant corruption.
There is so much to be done and I’ve been asking myself what some bigger next steps can be. So next week I'll be taking some time off 106 to travel back to Haiti and also to Europe to meet with UN leaders and ambassadors to better understand how we can help from a global perspective. One thing I can do in the interim is reach out to people via forums like this to challenge you to try to make a difference in your own communities. With a roof, food, clean water, and clothes on our backs we are more fortunate than millions. If you are reading this online you are one of the privileged. Please ask yourself, what are you giving back to the world for your blessings? You don’t have to be Oprah, Wyclef, or Angelina Jolie to make a positive impact on others. If it’s making an extra sandwich and giving it to the homeless person you always see on the subway, or volunteering with children whose parents can’t afford tutoring, you and your friends can create your own personal missions if you just try.
And take my word for it, whatever you give, whatever you donate, your interaction with people less fortunate than you will make your life that much richer. I went on this trip to help the people of Haiti, but came back feeling like they helped me. I am a better person today than I was last week. Before I did things for money, I did them for fame, I did them for the "look." Today, I’m doing this for the Sophia's of the world. Join me...
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With all the controvorsey going on with the Darrelle Revis/Jets dispute, could the Ravens be picking him up in a trade for draft picks. They do need help with their secondary, right?
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My prediction: He WILL be back by the latest Week 5, but this will definetly be his last season, he is 3 TD's away from 500 TD's, 1 season away from playing in his 20th season and Reggie Bush put it best on his Twitter page, he is expected to make 13 million dollars next year!!! WHAT!!!?? That is what I said.... in conclusion, in my opinion this report is premature and until Favre files those papers in the NFL offices in NYC and holds a press conference I don't believe it! With or without Brett, the Vikings are still a Super Bowl contender in my opinion, just imagine how much Tavaris Jackson and Sage Rosenfals have learned from Favre?
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